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  • GRDA confirms fire at combined-cycle natural gas generating unit now contained (2021/10/28 18:11)
    The Grand River Dam Authority is investigating a fire that broke out Tuesday evening on the exterior of its combined-cycle natural gas generating unit at the Grand River Energy Center in Chouteau, Oklahoma. GRDA authorities said the fire was contained with no known injuries to personnel. No customers in the Mid America Industrial Park or elsewhere were impacted by the […]
  • Siemens Energy to connect New York’s first offshore wind farm to the grid (2021/10/28 15:59)
    New York's Sunrise Wind project will be the first offshore wind farm in the U.S. to be connected to the grid using a high-voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission system.
  • Gravity-based energy storage developer Energy Vault lands 1.6 GWh deal (2021/10/28 14:29)
    The gravity storage systems will be deployed at DG Fuels projects in Louisiana, British Columbia, and Ohio, providing green electricity in conjunction with solar to match demand load of green hydrogen production. The renewable power will be used to power HydrogenPro water electrolysis for both hydrogen and oxygen feedstock production.
  • SNC-Lavalin, E2S sign MOU on exploring coal/fossil to energy storage conversion projects (2021/10/27 16:08)
    Longtime power plant operations, management and services firm SNC-Lavalin will work with an energy storage developer on exploring opportunities to convert end-of-life fossil power plants to clean energy facilities. E2S Power and SNC-Lavalin signed the non-binding memorandum to collaborate on the rapidly growing energy storage market as a potential option for retiring power plants. Research firm Wood Mackenzie has forecast […]
  • E.ON, Enel and Iberdrola partner to meet growing hydrogen demand in Germany (2021/10/27 15:53)
    Power Engineering International German utility E.ON is partnering with Italian utility Enel and Spanish energy company Iberdrola to create a hydrogen production and distribution network in the Ruhr region in Germany. E.ON plans to produce 80,000 metric tons of hydrogen per year as part of the H2.Ruhr hydrogen program. The initiative aims to produce hydrogen and green ammonia to meet […]
  • Honeywell to test new long-duration flow battery with Duke (2021/10/27 13:13)
    Honeywell has developed a new flow battery technology capable of storing and discharging renewably-generated electricity for up to 12 hours.
  • MidAmerican Energy close to putting first 3-MW Iowa solar farm into operation (2021/10/26 22:12)
    Iowa-based MidAmerican Energy is not new to utility-scale renewable energy, but the company’s earlier plans have focused on the wind farms clearly visible along I-80 and throughout the region. Solar was not so much of a priority for the company until now. Soon, MidAmerican Energy will flip the switch on its first utility-scale solar photovoltaic project and then quickly add […]
  • Coal rally in Europe: Record gas prices flip script in 3Q (2021/10/26 17:19)
    Power Engineering International Record gas prices across Europe saw coal and lignite make up a greater share of Europe’s fuel mix than gas in the third quarter of 2021. That was one of the key standouts from the latest report from energy market data analyst EnAppSys, European Electricity Generation Summary Q3-2021. European coal and lignite plants produced 110TWh during the quarter […]
  • CAMS gains energy storage O&M contract for 200 MW in Texas utility-scale battery sites (2021/10/26 16:14)
    A Houston-based energy operations and maintenance firm will handle O&M services at two major battery storage projects in Texas. Developer Broad Reach Power has contracted Consolidated Asset Management Services (CAMS) to oversee O&M at the two 100-MW energy storage sites. Those include Bat Cave Energy Storage in Mason County and North Fork Energy Storage in Williamson County. “As our Broad […]
  • Vogtle nuclear expansion facing yet another delay, Georgia Power reports (2021/10/26 00:50)
    Georgia Power has pushed back the in-service dates for its troubled Vogtle Units 3 and 4 expansion project—the first new nuclear power plant construction to be completed in years—by maybe another quarter or more. The utility originally had hoped to make Unit 3 commercial operational by this year, but numerous cost overruns and construction problems have caused more delays. Now, […]

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